Accessibility and Contact Us
Close Icon
Close Icon
Toggle Mobile Menu Visibility

School Blog

Read the latest school news.

Latest Posts

28
SEP

Please click on the link for this week's tasks. The children will have a copy in their homework folders which will come home today. Week beginning 28th Sept 2020 Thank you, Miss Smith and Mr Woodward

28
SEP

Monday 28th September A homework sheet is attached to this blog post. Homework will be given on Mondays and should be completed and returned to school on Fridays. This week in P2 we will be working with our SHANARRI buddies. We will be planting seeds with Nurtured Nora, visiting the school library and playing a ... Continue reading "P2 28.9.20"

28
SEP

Primary 1 have had another busy couple of weeks. We have taken a break from learning new sounds and instead are consolidating our learning of the letters learnt so far (a,t,s,i,p and n). The children have been practising finding the letters on a magnetic letter board, writing them neatly and thinking of words with each ... Continue reading "Primary 1 w.b.28.9.20"

25
SEP

Primary 6 are continuing to work hard. We have just finished our mini-topic about Ancient Greece. We listened to, and read, a variety of Greek myths, including Medusa and Icarus. The paintings of Medusa are brilliant, with green snakes writhing on her head! We researched the origin of the Olympics and learned that some of ... Continue reading "Primary 6 Week beginning 28 September"

25
SEP

Hello, A short but busy week in Primary 5! In writing the children continue to work on descriptive pieces. This week we were looking at 'My Favourite Place', and we had lots of lovely discussions about the different places where we feel most calm, happy or excited. The children then wrote some wonderful pieces about ... Continue reading "Primary 5 25.9.20"

25
SEP

We know have an eye catching display in Primary Seven depicting a beautiful Japanese scene. Everyone has been involved with the creation of the display which includes; figures in traditional dress, Japanese temples, carp swimming down a Japanese river all in the shadow of a pretty cherry blossom tree. We are delighted with the overall ... Continue reading "Primary 7"

25
SEP

Good afternoon everyone and happy Friday! For a short week, it has been a busy one. Primary 3 have been working so hard on our mini Health topic. We discussed all of our buddies jobs in our community and even mapped out our community and all of the ways it helps people. We then created ... Continue reading "Primary 3 25.9.20"

25
SEP

Even though it has been a short week this week we have managed to pack a lot in and the pupils have come back raring to go and putting in so much effort. We have continued to look at developing resilience strategies and this week used 'Inside Out' as our inspiration to create our very ... Continue reading "P4 25 9 20"

23
SEP

We hope everyone had a safe and happy long weekend. Last week Primary 2 met some very special visitors, the SHANARRI buddies. We met Safe Stella, Healthy Henry, Active Amir, Nurtured Nora, Achieving Andrew, Respected Rhiya, Responsible Robbie and Included Isabella. The children were telling Respected Rhiya about the activities they like to take part ... Continue reading "P2 23.9.20"

22
SEP

Rannoch Class had a really busy week in the garden, learning new gardening skills which included transporting soil using the wheelbarrow, raking the soil, sawing some wood, screwing nails into the fence slats using a cordless screwdriver, all skills they will need and sure will use when they have all grown up! They made bird ... Continue reading "Gardening and other Learning with Rannoch Class w.e 18.9.20"

21
SEP

Wow What a quick term this has been, I hope you all enjoy the September break! We have been busy getting back into the swing of things in Primary 3 and I have been super impressed with everyone so far! We have been learning how to logon to the laptops with our own username and ... Continue reading "Primary 3"

18
SEP

P6 have been creating a descriptive setting this week linked to our class novel, The Nowhere Emporium. We explored the use of figurative language and discovered how useful our senses can be when writing. We also looked at the structure of our sentences and challenged ourselves to alter the order and extend them. "My eyes ... Continue reading "P6 Update"

Share this page

Facebook icon Twitter icon email icon

Print

print icon